In December, the White House released another batch of four free at-home COVID-19 tests per household. If you haven’t claimed them yet, you can still get them shipped to you courtesy of the United States Postal Service.
Author: Alix Martichoux, Nexstar Media Wire
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Can you test negative for COVID and still have the virus?
If your results are negative, does that mean you’re in the clear? Or is it possible you can test negative and still have the virus?
The worst-run major cities in the US: study
Each city was scored on its credit rating, debt, education scores, health scores, crime rates, economy and infrastructure.
How long will this heat dome last?
Many states are about to see another round of 90s and 100s in the forecast.
Massive heat dome to bring extra-hot weather to nearly every state
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Airbnb investigating viral posts claiming to find hidden cameras
Airbnb has put stays on hold at one of its rentals in Philadelphia after social media posts claimed to show hidden cameras disguised as fire sprinklers in the property’s bedroom and bathroom.
Ford recalls 49,000 electric Mustangs, says battery may overheat
The overheating problem could lead the car to lose power while driving, posing an accident risk.
Do you need a mask to protect you from monkeypox?
There was some confusion caused by the CDC’s travel guidance on monkeypox. The agency first suggested people wear a mask to protect against the virus, then removed the guidance.
Where did the monkeypox virus get its name?
Monkeypox may be the newest global outbreak concern, but the virus itself is nothing new.